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Sales

The revenue that a company derives from the sale of its products. This is distinguished from sources of revenue like interest income, investments, and others. A company records its sales on a balance sheet. Obviously, high sales are usually thought desirable, particularly when expenses are high.

sales

The revenue from the sale of goods and services. Sales exclude other types of revenue such as dividends, interest, and rent.
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